Romans

Since God Is For Us Today

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God’s Actions In Our Salvation

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In this message from Romans 8:29-30, Pastor Ritch teaches about the foreknowledge of God in securing salvation for all of His children, and why believers can rest (and rejoice!) in the security of that salvation.

Study Guide for Feb 12, 2017

God Works In All Things

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In this message, Pastor Ritch dispels common misunderstandings while providing believers with hope in the perfect will of God as he teaches from Romans 8:28-29.

The Holy Spirit Intercedes for Us

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During seasons of suffering and pain, God’s children often do not even know the words to express in their prayers to God. Rather than leave us in confusion or despair, God provides hope and comfort. In this message from Romans 8:26-27, Pastor Ritch teaches about the ministry of the Holy Spirit to intercede for us in the midst of the trials we all face.

Back to the Future

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In this message from Romans 8:18-25, Pastor Ritch teaches how God purposefully designs our temporary pains to bring us to eternal pleasure in Him.

Incomparable Glory

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Why do children of God still experience pain and suffering on this earth? In this message from Romans 8:16-18, Pastor Ritch teaches about God’s purpose and design in the temporary sufferings of this life, and about finding an eternal joy in Him.

Heirs of God

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In this message from Romans 8:14-17, Pastor Ritch lays out the ways God gives assurance of salvation to the believer and the great comfort readily available to all Christians through this doctrine.

The Spirit of Sonship, Part 2

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In part one last week, Pastor Ritch taught about the assurances that the Holy Spirit gives to believers regarding their standing with God. In this concluding message from Romans 8:13-17, he teaches about the actions of the Holy Spirit in giving us assurance of adoption.

The Spirit of Sonship, Part 1

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In this message from Romans 8:9-14, Pastor Ritch teaches about the role of the Holy Spirit in empowering believers to conquer sin, experience the joy of salvation, and glorify God with their lives.